Should migrant workers be allowed to cook Penang street food? Anwar Fazal answers this question beautifully and expresses so eloquently my own gut feelings on the subject. As the street food capital of the world(!), Penang should also have...
This is a little post to keep alive the idea for a museum to create greater appreciation for the culinary heritage of the streets of Penang. More photos from the exhibition in Germany at the Bustler.net site. You might also...
Anthony Bourdain, host of Travel Channel's culinary and cultural adventure programmes, recently visited Penang to try out the local street food. This is his verdict. Part 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T9cpb7KtZug&feature=plcp Part 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lJYiogr0icY&feature=plcp Part 3 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LQLSXprHpAw&feature=plcp The hot and spicy spots he visited can be...
Malaysia has five entries in the Top 50, two of which are from Penang. But before we get all puffed up, Singapore has 14 in the listing prepared by the World Street Food Congress 2017 in Manila. Perhaps it...
As part of the effort to promote Penang street food against the onslaught of fast-food culture and gentrification, I thought a poll to determine once and for all the signature street food dish of Penang would help to whet...